This page highlights public health services available to children and their parents/carers in the borough, followed by current key strategic documents helping to better understand the needs of Barnet's younger population.
- Weight management: 0-18 years healthy weight care pathway, Alive & Kicking, healthy weight nurses and the School Time Obesity Prevention (STOP) Programme
- Healthy children's centres
- Barnet Resilient Schools Programme
- Breastfeeding peer support
- Oral health promotion
- Health visitors
- Family nurse partnership
- Barent resillient schools programme
- Healthy Schools London
Key strategic documents and plans
0-19 Needs Assessment (2017)
This needs assessment aims to provide an overview of the health and social care needs of children and young people in Barnet. It will contribute and inform the on-going work of reviewing and integrating 0-19 services. The executive summary is available for download.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) JSNA (2017-2020)
This Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) looks at all the evidence available for children and young people with special needs and disabilities within Barnet Council and all health partners, combined with nationally published statistics and research materials; helping to better understand and identify the needs of this population and build them into local commission plans. The full report and executive summary are available to download.